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Topic: [ap-calculus] Infinite Series Problem
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[ap-calculus] Infinite Series Problem
Posted: Apr 9, 2003 4:45 PM
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I am having difficulty with the following problem. "Determine all
values for x for which the following series converges: Summation (n=1 to
infinity) of n/(2^n cos^n x). The center of convergence is k(pi). How
do I find the interval of convergence?

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